Welcome to the Fire Safe Council of Siskiyou County!
Fire Safe Council of Siskiyou County Zoom Meeting March 8th 2023
From the topics discussed, here are a variety of important links:
Pile Burning on Working Lands
Siskiyou Co. RAC Committee Duties, etc:
Here’s an early press release regarding the Priority Landscapes – there is a lot of info embedded in here as links
This is a 19-page pdf that speaks more in-depth to the Priority Landscapes – with a page dedicated to each of the 11 landscapes that were announced this January.
Information on the Siskiyou Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) is here on our website:
Here is the page regarding the committee itself, including vacant seats and the names of people who remain in place.
Fire Safe Council of Siskiyou County
(530) 859-0384 cell
Click to access Agenda-March-8-2023.pdf
Your thoughts and feedback are important to the Firesafe Council of Siskiyou County.
Below is a link to our survey.
If you wish please take it so we have a better idea of how to serve our community concerning fire safe issues.
Thanks for your help!
Please save the date for the next Fire Safe Council of Siskiyou County’s monthly meeting.
Topic: Fire Safe Council of Siskiyou County Monthly Meeting
Time: April 12, 2023 05:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
In the event a fire breaks out near you: For up-to-date information
Incidents Map: https://www.fire.ca.gov/incidents/
Alert Wildfire and ALERT California are no longer tied together in the same website. The ALERT California site has most of the California cameras in place including the Siskiyou cameras: https://alertca.live/
Klamathon Fire, Hornbrook. July 2018. Photo by Pat Titus
A Fire Safe Council is a coalition of public and private sector organizations that share a common, vested interest in wildfire prevention and loss mitigation. Councils are dedicated to saving lives and reducing fire losses by making their communities fire safe.
Someone needed to know which fire zone applied to where in this area. The map linked here will show you. In Siskiyou County, 282 is the South county, 281 the North County, 280 the East, and 284 the West. NWS uses the same zone to describe fire-related weather conditions.